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Training Course on "Purchasing Chessboard-A Dynamic Tools for Procurement Strategies" to be held during 26-27 May 2017 from 10.00 am to 05.30 pm
26 May 2017

Objective: The 64 squares on the “Purchasing Chessboard” provide a wealth of methods that can be applied either individually or in combination. And because many of these methods are not customarily used by procurement, the Purchasing Chessboard is also the perfect tool for helping procurement professionals to think and act outside the box and find new solutions. 


Course Contents: Introduction of Purchasing Chessboard, 4 Basic Strategies: Change Nature of Demand, Seek Joint Advantages with Supplier, Manage Spend, Leverage Competition among Suppliers. 16 Levers:Innovation breakthrough, Re-Specification, Value chain management,Value partnership, Risk management, Technical data mining, Integrated operations planning, Cost partnership, Co-sourcing, Commercial data mining, Tendering, Supplier pricing review, Demand management, Volume bundling, Globalization, Target pricing.64 Methods: Invention on demand, Core cost analysis, Vertical integration, Bottleneck management, Sourcing community, Procurement outsourcing, Compliance management, Leverage innovation network, Design for sourcing, Intelligent deal structure, Political framework management, Buying consortia, Mega supplier strategy, Closed loop spend management, Functionality assessment, Product teardown, Composite benchmark, Product benchmark, Cost data mining, Master data management, Supplier consolidation, Specification assessment, Design for manufacture, Process benchmark, Complexity reduction, Standardization, Spend transparency, Bundling across generations, Value chain reconfiguration, Supplier tiering, Collaborative capacity management, Visible process organization, RFI/RFP process, Supplier market intelligence, Make or buy, Revenue sharing, Sustainability management, Virtual inventory management, Vendor managed inventory, Expressive bidding, Reverse auctions, Best shoring, Profit sharing, Project based partnership, Total life cycle concept, Supplier development, Total cost of ownership, Price benchmark, Cost regression analysis, Strategic alliance, Value based sourcing, Collaborative cost reduction, Supplier fitness program, Leverage market imbalances, Unbundled prices, Factor cost analysis, Demand reduction, Contract management, Bundling across product lines, Bundling across sites, Global sourcing, LCC sourcing, Cost based price modeling, Linear performance pricing; Learning Checks & Group Presentation.


Who Can Attend: Entrepreneurs, CEOs, CPOs, Head of Procurement and Operations, Supply Management and Procurement Directors; Supply Chain, Procurement and Production Planning Executives; Supplier Management Managers, Commodity Managers, Logistics Managers; Vendor Development Managers, Inventory Control Managers, Material Managers, Production Managers and professionals whom are interested.


Facilitator of the course: Highly reputed, qualified, well-trained and experienced Resource Persons, having ample theoretical and practical knowledge in the related areas, from home and abroad, with current information, are invited to conduct the training course.


Registration: The intending participants may collect Registration Form from DCCI Business Institute (DBI) or download copy from www.dcci-dbi.edu.bd . Participants belonging to the target group will be registered on payment of requisite fees by Pay Order (PO)/Demand Draft (DD) or in Cash in favour of Dhaka Chamber of Commerce & Industry or pay with cost of payment throughbKash, Wallet number 01766018659 (Payment process: dial *247# and select option 3.Payment).


Registration Fees: Tk.  4,500/- (This includes cost of Ifter, course materials & certificate).


Discount : 10%for : (i) DCCI Members; (ii) women participants; (iii) graduate students ; (iv) 3 or more participants from one organization for same couse; (v) early bird pakage (payment 5 days before registration deadline).


Registration Deadline: 24 May, 2017.                   Seats are limited.          First Come First Served basis.


We would appreciate if you would kindly nominate concerned official(s) of your esteemed organization for the Training Course. For further information, please contact DBI, Tel:  9552562 Ext. 137, 124 & 123; Mobile: 01718972656, 01913-745062 & 01766-018659; E-mail: dbi@dhakachamber.com & tamanna@dhakachamber.com.

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